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NEW CARLISLE MASONIC TEMPLE

2017

110 S. Main St. New Carlisle, Ohio 45344 - Website: www.newcarlisle100.com


Editor: Jay Maxwell - 937-864-1747 - jmax580@aol.com

HAPPY 80+
FEBRUARY
BIRTHDAY
John R. Keller - 94
Ronald R. Hoover, Sr. - 92
Lonnie Gilpin - 88
Vincent R. Bailey - 85
Charlie Diamond - 81
NEW CARLISLE CRAFT CLUB
Roger Thornbury, Pres. 845-9565
Curtis Hamlin, Secy 304-638-4387

We are looking for a few good


men to volunteer to help cleanup
after the Lodge Inspection Feb. 11.
If you have helped in the past, or
want to help out for the first time,
we can put you to work. The Craft
Club will also help with the
Inspection Breakfast.
Feb. 02 @ 7:00 Stated Meeting
Feb. 11 @ 7:30-8:30 AM Breakfast
Feb. 11 @ 9 AM Annual Inspection

NEW CARLISLE LODGE NO. 100 F.& A.M.


Douglas Baker, W.M. 902-0698

Jay Maxwell, Secy. 864-1747

167th Annual Inspection February 11


We cordially invite All Masons to join us.
This is an important month for our Lodge. The 167th Annual
Inspection of New Carlisle Lodge will be held on Saturday, Feb. 11.
We cordially invite all Enter Apprentices, Past Masters, Members of
our Lodge and ALL Masons to join us.
Our inspection will be in the Entered Apprentice Degree. Breakfast
will be served from 7:30 to 8:30 A.M. with the Lodge opening at 9:00
A.M. The Officers would appreciate seeing a large turnout as well as
your support.

HONORARY DEGREE OF THE YELLOW DOG


102nd Year of the Original Home of the Yellow Dog
The Honorary Degree of The Yellow Dog will be
conferred on all Masons who have not received this
fun and prestigious degree after the Inspection Feb.
11. There is no charge for the Degree. The Craft
Club will be selling Yellow Dog Pins for $5.

Parking Reminder
NEW CARLISLE
MASONIC ASSOCIATION
Helmet Schuster, Pres. 244-2895
Charles Nessle, Treas. 315-5260

The Chair Lift Project is


progressing. The Association will
review plans for installing 2 Chair
Lifts at the rear of the building. It
will take 2 lifts to get members and
guests from the Dinning Hall to the
Lodge room because there are 2
stairways. Members will be able to
enter the building from the rear door
and use a chair lift to ether ride up
to the Lodge room or down to the
dinning room. The total cost will be
around $12,000.00. The Lodge will
start a Chair Lift Fund and ask
members to donate money to pay for
this project. We are hoping members
will be generous in giving. This
project will give our members who
have difficulty climbing our stairs a
way to enjoy our meetings and
events.
Jan. 25 @ 7:00 Stated Meeting
Mar. 22 @ 7:00 Stated Meeting

Wed like to remind all the brethren attending our Annual Inspection that the
city of New Carlisle has a two hour parking limit on
Main Street. Therefore, we encourage you to park
off the main street on any of the side streets or in
the Municipal Parking Lot on Church Street, one
block West of the Temple. Thanks for your
cooperation.

Grand Masters One Day Class March 25, 2017


All three degrees in one day at the Springfield Masonic Temple. Time
to start thinking about who would be a good candidate for the one day
class. Brothers, Sons, Grandsons, and friends who have busy schedules
and fearful of the examination after each degree. Petitions with
$160.00 check for degree fees, must be received by February 9 to
give proper time for investigation and balloting. To waive proficiency
requirements, candidates will also be required to attend their home
lodge at least once before June 24 and attend the 300th year celebration
of Modern Masonry at the Ohio Masonic Home, June 24, 2017.
New Carlisle Lodge Calendar:
Feb. 01 @ 7:00 Officers Meeting - Inspection Practice
Feb. 09 @ 6:00 Free Dinner before the Stated Meeting
Feb. 09 @ 7:00 Lodge Stated Meeting
Feb. 11 @ 7:30 - 8:30 AM - Breakfast $7 - Pay at the Door
Feb. 11 @ 9 AM - 167th ANNUAL INSPECTION
Feb. 15 @ Noon - Newsletter Deadline

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SPRINGFIELD, OH
PERMIT 148

9th Masonic District Inspections


We are now into the inspection season and your Lodge Officers will be traveling to the Lodges in the 9th
District. If you would like to accompany us to any of the inspections, please contact any lodge officer.
Jan. 20 @ 7:00 Inspection FC @ Chandler #138, London - Meal @ 6
Jan. 28 @ 7:00 Inspection FC @ Mt. Sterling 269 - Meal @ 6
Jan. 31 @ 7:00 Inspection EA @ HS Kissell #674, Springfield Meal @ 6
Feb. 11 @ 9 AM Inspection EA @ New Carlisle # 100 Meal 7:30 AM
Feb. 11 @ 7:00 Inspection MM @ Mt. Olivet #226, Christiansburg Meal @ 6
Feb. 17 @ 7:00 Inspection MM @ Madison #221, W. Jefferson Meal @ 6
Feb. 18 @ 7:00 Inspection FC @ Fielding #192, S. Charleston - Meal @ 6
Mar. 01 @ 7:00 Inspection MM @ Mechanicsburg #113 - Meal @ 6
Mar. 15 @ 7:00 Inspection EA @ Clark #101, Springfield Meal @ 6
Mar. 17 @ 7:00 Inspection MM @ Anthony #455, Springfield Meal @ 6
Mar. 18 @ 9 AM Inspection MM @ Urania #311, Plain City No Meal
Mar. 18 @ 7:00 Inspection EA @ Harmony #8, Urbana Meal @ 6
Mar. 26 @ 7:00 Inspection FC @ St. Andrews #619, Springfield Meal @ 6
Apr. 01 @ 9 AM Inspection EA @ Morning Star #795 - OMH, Springfield Meal 11:30

NEW CARLISLE CHAPTER 57, R.A.M.


William Berry, E.H.P.
845-8774
Ranold Seymour, Secy
462-9044

NEW CARLISLE COUNCIL 143 R. & S. M.


Ranold Seymour, I.M.
462-9044
Timothy Holiga, Secy.
286-0132

WHAT DO MASONIC DEGREES MEAN TO YOU?


Masonic degrees are not merely degrees, but are exemplifications of virtues (moral excellence,
goodness), which are often neglected and lost site of in the busy lives we all tend to now live. Each
Masonic degree teaches some specific virtue, and exemplifies it in a way intended to make a deep
impression on those who witness or receive it. Some may spend their entire lives learning the
lessons necessary to make them living stones in the great spiritual temple. Others may, and often
do, learn these lessons in other ways-and so the lessons exemplified in the degrees-lessons of
honesty, charity, justice, spirituality, service, hope, fidelity, truth, religion, faith, love, and
toleration, if understood properly, become part of one's life, evading the more difficult method of
learning by experience.
The Chapter will confer the Royal Arch degree on candidate Anthony (Tony) Owens, New Carlisle
Chapter, and courtesy candidate James Matthew of Shawnee Chapter, Springfield, on Tuesday,
January 31 at 7:00 p.m. Companions of the Chapter are cordially invited to attend and support the
work of the officers.
Calendar:
Jan. 18 @ 7:00 p.m. Urbana Chapter No. 34 Annual Inspection in Past Master degree
Jan. 31 @ 7:00 p.m. Royal Arch Degree
Feb. 01 @ 6:30 p.m. meal and 7:30 p.m. Shawnee Chapter No. 237 Annual Inspection in Past Master
Feb. 15 @ 7:30 p.m. Springfield Chapter No. 48 Annual Inspection in the Mark Master degree
Feb. 21 @ 7:00 and 8:00 p.m. New Carlisle Chapter and Council Stated meetings